General Information


Product Description: This product is a postemergent, systemic herbicide with no soil residual activity. It is generally non-selective and gives broad-spectrum control of many annual weeds, perennial weeds, woody brush and trees. It is formulated as a water-soluble liquid. It may be applied through most standard industrial or field-type sprayers after dilution and through mixing with water or other carriers according to label instructions. Additional surfactants, additives containing surfactant, buffering agents, pH adjusting agents, or defoaming products may be utilized if desired. Adjuvants such as Weather Gard Complete, LI 700, or Liberate may be used at 0.25% to 0.50% v/v. The use of Unfoamer is for defoaming.

See the MIXING section of the label for instructions.

The use of Compadre at .125% v/v is for drift control and defoaming.

Time to Symptoms: This product moves through the plant from the point of foliage contact to and into the root system. Visible effects on most annual weeds occur within 2 to 4 days, but on most perennial weeds may not occur for 7 days or more. Extremely cool or cloudy weather following treatment may slow activity of this product and delay development of visual symptoms. Visible effects are a gradual wilting and yellowing of the plant which advances to complete browning of above ground growth and deterioration of underground plant parts.

Stage of Weeds: Annual weeds are easiest to control when they are small. Best control of most perennial weeds is obtained when treatment is made at late growth stages approaching maturity.

Refer to the annual, perennial, woody brush and trees rate tables for information on controlling specific weeds.

Always use the higher rate of this product per acre within the specified range when weed growth is heavy or dense weeds are growing in an undisturbed (noncultivated) area.

Do not treat weeds under poor growing conditions such as drought stress, disease or insect damage, as reduced weed control may result. Reduced results may also occur when treating weeds heavily covered with dust.

Cultural Considerations: Reduced control may result when applications are made to annual or perennial weeds that have been mowed, grazed, or cut, and have not been allowed to regrow to the specified stage for treatment.


Glyphosate, the active ingredient in this product, is a Group 9 herbicide. Target site resistance to Group 9 herbicides is rare. Although rare in occurrence, any weed population may contain plants naturally resistant to Group 9 herbicides. Weed species resistant to Group 9 herbicides may be effectively managed utilizing another herbicide from a different Group or using other cultural practices.

Weed resistance management techniques for Group 9 herbicides include:

- Ensure optimum weed control by making applications at the right time (correct weed size) and utilizing the label rate for the most difficult to control weed in your field.

- Base decisions on local needs and use the tool(s) necessary to obtain optimum weed control and minimize weeds escapes.

- Avoid tank-mixtures that reduce this product’s efficacy (through antagonism) or which encourage rates of this product below the labeled rates.

- Scout treated weed populations for escapes 2-4 weeks after application.

- Report any incidence of repeated non-performance of this product on a particular weed to the local retailer, county extension agent, or Loveland Products, Inc. representative.

Rainfastness: Heavy rainfall soon after application may wash this product off of the foliage and a repeat application may be required for adequate control.

Spray Coverage: For best results, spray coverage should be uniform and complete. Do not spray weed foliage to the point of runoff.

Mode of Action: The active ingredient in this product inhibits an enzyme found only in plants that is essential to formation of specific amino acids.

No Soil Activity: Weeds must be emerged at the time of application to be controlled by this product. Weeds germinating from seed after application will not be controlled. Unemerged plants arising from unattached underground rhizomes or root stocks of perennials will not be affected by the herbicide and will continue to grow.

Annual Maximum Use Rate: Except as otherwise specified in a crop section of the label, the combined total of all treatments must not exceed 2 gallons (6 lb a.i. glyphosate/A) of this product per acre per year.




Do not allow the herbicide solution to mist, drip, drift or splash onto desirable vegetation because minute quantities of this product can cause severe damage or destruction to the crop, plants, or other areas on which treatment was not intended. The likelihood of injury occurring from the use of this product increases when winds are gusty, as wind velocity increases, when wind direction is constantly changing or when there are other meteorological conditions that favor spray drift. When spraying, avoid combinations of pressure and nozzle type that will result in splatter or fine particles (mist) which are likely to drift. AVOID APPLYING AT EXCESSIVE SPEED OR PRESSURE.

NOTE: Use of this product in any manner not consistent with the label may result in injury to persons, animals or crops, or other unintended consequences. Keep container closed to prevent spills and contamination.


Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.

This product may be applied with the following application equipment:

Aerial – Fixed Wing and Helicopter

Ground Broadcast Spray – Boom or boomless systems, pull-type sprayer, floaters, pick-up sprayers, spray coupes and other ground broadcast equipment.

Hand-Held and High-Volume Spray Equipment – Knapsack and backpack sprayers, pump-up pressure sprayers, handguns, handwands, mistblowers*, lances and other hand-held and motorized spray equipment used to direct the spray onto weed foliage.

*This product is not registered in California or Arizona for use in mistblowers.

Selective Equipment – Recirculating sprayers, shielded and hooded sprayers, wiper applicators and sponge bars.

Injection Systems – Aerial or ground injection sprayers.

Controlled Droplet Applicator (CDA) – Hand-held or boom-mounted applicators which produce a spray consisting of a narrow range of droplet sizes.


Arkansas Only:


Use the specified rate of this product in 3 to 15 gallons of water per acre. Use sufficient carrier volume and appropriate equipment set-up to form droplets large enough (droplets that are coarse and in the 300 to 500 (VMD) micron range) to avoid drift potential.

Applications should typically be made with the nozzle release point at 8 to 15 feet above the top of the target plants unless a greater height is required for aircraft safety. The distance of the outermost nozzles on the boom must not exceed 75% of the length of the wingspan or rotor. In many cases, reducing the distance to 65% of the length of the wingspan or rotor will improve drift control without affecting the swath width.

Nozzles must always discharge backward parallel with the air stream and never discharge downwards more than 45 degrees on fixed wing aircraft or forward of the prevailing airflow on rotary winged aircraft. Avoid the use of nozzles with wide-angle discharge.

Do not apply this product when wind speeds are in excess of 10 miles per hour.

Do not apply this product when there is a low-level inversion where fine spray particles could be suspended in still air and move outside the target area when the inversion layer moves. These conditions may occur when wind speeds are less than 2 mph.

Use the following guidelines when applications are made near crops or other desirable vegetation:

1. Do not apply within 100 feet of any desirable vegetation or crops.

2. If wind up to 5 miles per hour is blowing toward desirable vegetation or crops, do not apply within 500 feet upwind of the desirable vegetation or crops.

3. Winds blowing from 5 to 10 miles per hour toward desirable vegetation or crops will likely require buffer zones in excess of 500 feet.

Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee Only:

This product controls annual and perennial weeds listed on the label prior to planting or emergence of corn, cotton, rice, sorghum and soybeans, and following the harvest of any crop in the fall via aerial applications in these locations.

Aerial applications of this product may be made in fallow systems and conventional, reduced and zero tillage systems. For applications via aerial equipment, use the specified rates of this product in 3 to 10 gallons of water per acre. Do not exceed a rate of 3 quarts per acre.

The likelihood of injury occurring from the use of this product is greatest when winds are gusty or in excess of 5 miles per hour or when other conditions, including lesser velocities, will allow spray drift to occur.

Ground Broadcast Equipment

Use the specified rates of this product in 3 to 40 gallons of water per acre as a broadcast spray unless otherwise specified. As density of weeds increases, spray volume should be increased within the specified range to ensure complete coverage. Carefully select proper nozzles to avoid spraying a fine mist. For best results with ground application equipment, use flat fan nozzles. Check for even distribution of spray droplets.

Hand-Held and High-Volume Equipment

Apply to foliage of vegetation to be controlled. For applications made on a spray-to-wet basis, spray coverage should be uniform and complete. Do not spray to the point of runoff. Use coarse sprays only.

For control of weeds listed in the annual weeds rate tables, apply a 0.5 percent solution of this product to weeds less than 6 inches in height or runner length. Apply prior to seedhead formation in grass or bud formation in broadleaf weeds. For annual weeds over 6 inches tall, or unless otherwise specified, use a 1 percent solution.

For best results, use a 2 percent solution on harder-to-control perennials, such as bermudagrass, dock, field bindweed, hemp dogbane, milkweed and Canada thistle.

When using application methods that result in less than complete coverage, use a 5 percent solution for annual and perennial weeds and a 5 to 10 percent solution for woody brush and trees.

Selective Equipment

This product may be applied through recirculating spray systems, shielded applicators, hooded sprayers, wiper applicators or sponge bars after dilution and thorough mixing with water to listed weeds growing in any noncrop site specified on the label and only when specifically directed in cropping systems.

A recirculating spray system directs the spray solution onto weeds growing above desirable vegetation, while spray solution not intercepted by weeds is collected and returned to the spray tank for reuse.

A shielded or hooded applicator directs the herbicide solution onto weeds, while shielding desirable vegetation from the herbicide.

A wiper or sponge applicator applies the herbicide solution onto weeds by rubbing the weed with an absorbent material containing the herbicide solution.


Contact of the herbicide with desirable vegetation may result in damage or destruction. Applicators used above desirable vegetation should be adjusted so that the lowest spray stream or wiper contact point is at least 2 inches above the desirable vegetation. Droplets, mist, foam or splatter of the herbicide solution settling on desirable vegetation may result in discoloration, stunting or destruction.

Applications made above the crops should be made when the weeds are a minimum of 6 inches above the desirable vegetation. Better results may be obtained when more of the weed is exposed to the herbicide solution. Weeds not contacted by the herbicide solution will not be affected. This may occur in dense clumps, severe infestations or when the height of the weeds varies so that not all weeds are contacted. In these instances, repeat treatment may be necessary.

Shielded and hooded applicators

Use nozzles that provide uniform coverage within the treated area. Keep shields on these sprayers adjusted to protect desirable vegetation. EXTREME CARE MUST BE EXERCISED TO AVOID CONTACT OF HERBICIDE WITH DESIRABLE VEGETATION.

Wiper applicators and sponge bars

Wiper applicators are devices that physically wipe appropriate amounts of this product directly onto the weed.

Equipment must be designed, maintained and operated to prevent the herbicide solution from contacting desirable vegetation. Operate this equipment at ground speeds no greater than 5 mph. Performance may be improved by reducing speed in areas of heavy weed infestations to ensure adequate wiper saturation. Better results may be obtained if 2 applications are made in opposite directions.

Avoid leakage or dripping onto desirable vegetation. Adjust height of applicator to ensure adequate contact with weeds. Keep wiping surfaces clean. Be aware that, on sloping ground, the herbicide solution may migrate, causing dripping on the lower end and drying of the wicks on the upper end of a wiper applicator.

Do not use wiper equipment when weeds are wet.

Mix only the amount of solution to be used during a 1-day period, as reduced activity may result from use of leftover solutions. Clean wiper parts immediately after using this product by thoroughly flushing with water.

Do not add surfactant to the herbicide solution.

For Rope or Sponge Wick Applicators – Mix 1 gallon of this product in 2 gallons of water to prepare a 33 percent solution. Apply this solution to weeds listed in this section.

For Porous-Plastic Applicators – Solutions ranging from 33 to 100 percent of this product in water may be used in porous-plastic wiper applicators.

When applied as directed, this product CONTROLS the following weeds: Corn, volunteer; Panicum, Texas; Rye, common; Shattercane; Sicklepod; Spanishneedles; Starbur, bristly

When applied as directed, this product SUPPRESSES the following weeds: Beggarweed, Florida; Bermudagrass; Dogbane, hemp; Dogfennel; Guineagrass; Milkweed; Nightshade, silverleaf; Ragweed, common; Pigweed, redroot; Ragweed, giant; Smutgrass; Sunflower; Thistle, musk; Vaseygrass; Velvetleaf

Injection Systems

This product may be used in aerial or ground injection spray systems. It may be used as a liquid concentrate or diluted prior to injecting into the spray stream. Do not mix this product with the concentrate of other products when using injection systems.

Controlled Droplet Application (CDA) Equipment

The rate of this product applied per acre by vehicle-mounted CDA Equipment must not be less than the amount specified in the label when applied by conventional broadcast equipment. For vehiclemounted CDA equipment, apply 3 to 15 gallons of water per acre.

For the control of annual weeds with hand-held CDA units, apply a 20 percent solution of this product at a flow rate of 2 fluid ounces per minute and a walking speed of 1.5 mph (1 quart per acre). For the control of perennial weeds, apply a 20 to 40 percent solution of this product at a flow rate of 2 fluid ounces per minute and a walking speed of 0.75 mph (2 to 4 quarts per acre).

Controlled droplet application (CDA) equipment produces a spray pattern which is not easily visible. Extreme care must be exercised to avoid spray or drift contacting the foliage or any other green tissue of desirable vegetation, as damage or destruction may result.


For any crop not listed in this “CROPS” section, applications must be made at least 30 days prior to planting.

For broadcast postemergent treatments, do not harvest for 8 weeks following application, unless otherwise specified.

When applying this product prior to transplanting crops into plastic mulch, residues may be removed from the plastic by 0.5 inches of water via sprinkler irrigation or natural rainfall.

The maximum use rate as stated on this product’s labeling is determined as a total of this product combined with the use of all other sources of glyphosate or sulfosate, whether applied as mixtures or separately. Calculate application rates and ensure that the total use of this and other glyphosate and/or sulfosate containing products do not exceed stated maximum use rate.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions


Apply this product after full leaf expansion, unless otherwise directed. Use the higher rate for larger plants and/or dense areas of growth. On vines, use the higher rate for plants that have reached the woody stage of growth. Best results are obtained when application is made in late summer or fall after fruit formation.

In arid areas, best results are obtained when applications are made in the spring to early summer when brush species are at a high moisture content and are flowering.

Ensure thorough coverage when using hand-held equipment. Symptoms may not appear prior to frost or senescence with fall treatments.

Allow 7 or more days after application before tillage, mowing or removal. Repeat treatments may be necessary to control plants regenerating from underground parts or seed. Some autumn colors on undesirable deciduous species are acceptable provided no major leaf drop has occurred.

Reduced performance may result if fall treatments are made following a frost.

Alder, Aspen quaking, Birch, Blackgum, Bracken, Broom French and Scotch, Cherry bitter, black, pin, Elderberry, Hawthorn, Hazel, Honeysuckle, Oak post, Oak southern, red, Pine, Redbud eastern, Salmonberry, Salt-cedar, Sweetgum, Thimbleberry, Trumpetcreeper Virginia creeper, Willow: For control

Ash, Bearmat (Bearclover), Cascara, Catsclaw, Ceanothus, Dogwood, Elm, Florida holly (Brazilian Peppertree), Gorse, Hazel, Hornbeam American, Locust black, Manzanita, Oak black, white, Persimmon, Poplar yellow, Russian olive, Sage white, Sassafras, Sourwood, Sumac poison, smooth, winged, Swordfern, Tobacco tree, Vine maple, Waxmyrtle southern: Partial control

Blackberry: For control. Make applications after plants have reached full leaf maturity. Best results are obtained when applications are made in late summer or fall.

Applications may also be made after leaf drop and until a killing frost or as long as stems are green. After berries have set or dropped in late fall, blackberry can be controlled by applying a ¾ percent solution of this product. For control of blackberries after leaf drop and until a killing frost or as long as stems are green, apply 3 to 4 quarts of this product in 10 to 40 gallons of water per acre.

Buckwheat, California: For partial control. Thorough coverage of foliage is necessary for best results.

Chamise: For control. Thorough coverage of foliage is necessary for best results.

Coyote brush: For control. Apply when at least 50 percent of the new leaves are fully developed.

Eucalyptus: For control of eucalyptus resprouts, apply when resprouts are 6 to 12 feet tall. Ensure complete coverage. Avoid application to drought-stressed plants.

Hasardia: Partial control. Thorough coverage of foliage is necessary for best results.

Kudzu: For control. Repeat applications may be required to maintain control.

Madrone: Partial control. Apply to resprouts that are 3 resprouts to 6 feet tall. Best results are obtained with spring/early summer treatments.

Maple, red: For control, apply a 1 to 1.5 percent solution when at least 50 percent of the new leaves are fully developed. For partial control, apply 2 to 4 quarts of this product per acre.

Maple, sugar: For control. Apply when at least 50 percent of the new leaves are fully developed.

Monkey flower: Partial control. Thorough coverage of foliage necessary for best results.

Oak; northern, pin: For control. Apply when at least 50 percent of the new leaves are fully developed.

Poison Ivy/Poison oak: For control. Repeat applications may be required to maintain control. Fall treatments must be applied before leaves lose green color.

Rose, multiflora: For control. Treatments should be made prior to leaf deterioration by leaf-eating insects.

Sage, black: For control. Thorough coverage of foliage is necessary for best results.

Sage brush, California: For control. Thorough coverage of foliage is necessary for best results.

Tallowtree, Chinese: For control. Thorough coverage of foliage is necessary for best results.

Tan oak: For partial control. Apply to resprouts that are less than 3 to 6 feet tall. Best results are obtained with fall applications.

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